August 2022, Vol. 249, No. 8


Mistakes Pipeline Companies Make with PHMSA-Required Substance Testing

By Robert S. Nichols, Partner, Bracewell LLP, and Meredith B. Grant, Associate, Bracewell LLP  Under the Biden administration, the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA), like other federal regulatory enforcement agencies, is taking a more active approach to regulatory enforcement. One element of PHMSA regulation that cooperators are sometimes falling short during PHMSA inspections is the content and application of their required drug and alcohol testing plans. For businesses eager to avoid monetary fines and other difficulties that come noncompliance, a practical consideration of the most common mistakes is worthwhile.   B

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